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The Chicago Cluster of TTieological Schools 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 
1972-1973 



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The Chic^ Cluster of Theological Schools 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 
1972 - 1973 



Office of the Coordinator 
1100 East 55th Street 
Chicago, Illinois 60615 
Phone: (312) 667-3500 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Foreword 3 

Common Academic Calendar 4 

Member Schools 5 

Course Listings 8 

Old Testament Studies 8 

New Testament Studies 9 

Biblical Languages 10 

Jewish Studies 11 

Theology and Philosophy 11 

Historical Studies 14 

Christian Ethics 16 

Pastoral Care and Ministry 17 

World Mission and Ecumenics 19 

Worship and Preaching 20 

Christian Education 21 

Faculty 22 

Announcements 31 

Library Services 31 

Science and Theology 31 

Center for Studies in Religious Education 31 

Broadcast-Film Study Program 32 

World Mission and Ecumenics 32 

Theological Language Courses 32 

Chicago Center for Black Religious Studies 33 



FOREWORD 



The Chicago Cluster of Theological Schools, like similar clusters elsewhere 
in North America, introduces a new dimension to theological education. Its pur- 
pose is to capitalize on existing resources and also to develop new styles for 
improving the quality of our educational programs. 

This purpose is not achieved by drawing up an impressive catalog of courses 
and faculty, counting library volumes, compiling statistics on students. Whether 
the Cluster is accomplishing what it sets out to accomplish depends on the 
actual utilization of its combined resources, in other words, on the actual inter- 
change of students, instructors and books. 

The accompanying information is intended to facilitate that interchange. It 
hopes to make the existing resources of the eight member schools of the Chicago 
Cluster both psychologically and effectively more available to the student. 
These Announcements will assist the student in planning his year's program in 
consultation with his academic advisor. 

As the result of coordinated planning by faculty members of the various 
disciplines, much unnecessary duplication of courses has been eliminated. 
Courses in the same subject matter have in some instances been staggered in 
different quarters and locations to make it easier for the student to attend 
courses which are required or especially interest him. 

The complete hourly schedule of classes found in the 1972-73 Cluster An- 
nouncements will make it easier for the student to plan his entire year's work. 
More courses have been scheduled as single-three hour or twice-weekly sessions 
and in the evening in order to cut down travel time between schools and thus 
facilitate cross-registration. 

Students should consult the catalogs of the individual schools for the re- 
spective course descriptions. A number of copies of each school's catalog are 
available in every Cluster registrar's office. Information regarding special Clus- 
ter programs in Science and Theology, Communications, World Mission and 
Christian Education is supplemented by a series of special brochures. The read- 
er's attention is directed to the information regarding the Chicago Center of 
Black Religious Studies on page 33 of these Announcements. 



Robert J. Flinn, Coordinator 



COMMON ACADEMIC CALENDAR 



1972 - 1973 



FALL QUARTER 

September 25-29 o Orientation and Registration 

October 2. . « Convocation and Beginning of Classes 

November 1 Cluster Inter-school Workshops 

November 29 - December 2 . .Thanksgiving Recess 

December 5-8 Registration for Winter Quarter 

December 14 ... .End of Fall Quarter 

December 16 - January 1 (1973) • .Christmas Recess 

WINTER QUARTER 

January 2 (1973) Classes Begin (Late Registration) 

February 26-28 Registration for Spring Quarter 

March 16 o . . . End of Winter Quarter 

March 19-25 Spring Recess 

SPRING QUARTER 

March 26 Classes Begin (Late Registration) 

April 1-7 .World Mission Institute 

April 20-22 Easter Recess 

May 17-20 Registration for Fall Quarter 

June 8 o End of Spring Quarter 



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The Chic^ Cluster of Theological Schools 

BELLARMINE SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY 

A theological-pastoral center with a threefold aim: (1) preparing students for ordination in 
the Roman Catholic Church; (2) continuing education of priests already in the ministry; 
(3) creative theological research. The majority of the students are members of the Society 
of Jesus (Jesuits). Others than Jesuits can be admitted. Each student is reviewed and 
evaluated in terms of his previous work and future goals. Bellarmine is a federated school 
of Loyola University of Chicago. 

President Robert E. Murray, S.J. 

Dean Michael Montague, S.J. 

Admissions Officer Robert J. Ochs, S.J. 

Degree Programs: 

Name of Degree Time Beyond A.B. Normally Required 
M.A. (Loyola) 2 years 

M.Div. 3—4 years 

5430 S. University Ave. 

Chicago, Illinois 60615 

(312) 324-9200 

BETHANY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

Bethany education is shaped by concerns for such areas as peace, discipleship, true piety, 
and servanthood; seeks to provide a community of scholarship and faith where insistence 
upon academic excellence is balanced by concern for personal growth. Curricular inno- 
vations include colloquium groupings oriented toward the contexts of ministry and a 
credit-noncredit plan of grading. 

President Paul M. Robinson 

Dean Warren F. Groff 

Registrar Evelyn Lady 

Degree Programs: 

Name of Degree Time Beyond A.B. Normally Required 
M.A. Th. 2 years 

M.Div. 3 years 

Butterfield and Meyers Roads 

Oak Brook, Illinois 60521 

(312) 629-2400 

CATHOLIC THEOLOGICAL UNION AT CHICAGO 

Catholic Theological Union is a collaborative venture sponsored by several religious 
orders. Autonomous corporation. Ecumenical and university thrust in complex of southside 
Chicago institutions. Emphasis on preparation for ministry, hence flexible academic 
pattern augmented by strong field education program. Membership open to other R.C. and 
all serious students. 

President Paul I. Bechtold, C.P. 

Dean Gilbert Ostdiek, O.F.M. 

Admissions Officer John T. Pawlikowski, O.S.M. 

Degree Programs: 

Name of Degree Time Beyond A.B. Normally Required 
M.Div. 3-4 years 

M.A. in Theology 2 years 

5401 South Cornell Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 60615 

(312) 324-8000 

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CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

A style fostering rigorous theological inquiry and development of student's own intellectual 
and professional integrity in an atmosphere of diversity and freedom. Normative profes- 
sional program is the 4 year D.Min, but the M.A. or M. Div. may be awarded at 2nd and 3rd 
year terminal points for cause. Academic doctorate is awarded in three areas: Jewish- 
Christian Studies, Reformation and Free Church Studies, Theology and the Study of Man. 

President Thomas C. Campbell 

Dean , Perry D. LeFevre 

Admissions Officer Robert S. Moore 

Degree Programs: 

Name of Degree Time Beyond A.B. Normally Required 
M.A. in Religious Studies 2 years 

M. Div. 3 years 

D. Min. 4 years 

D. Th. 6 years 

5757 University Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 60637 

(312) 752-5757 

DE ANDREIS SEMINARY 

Owned and conducted by the Vincentian Fathers primarily for preparing priests to serve 
in the various apostolates of their religious community. Students may take part of their 
course work at DePaul University. 

President Francis A. Gaydos, CM. 

Dean Nicholas E. Persich, CM. 

Admissions Officer .Robert R. Rohrich, CM. 

Degree Programs: 

Name of Degree Time Beyond A.B. Normally Required 

M.A. 3 years 

DeAndreis Seminary 

511 East 127th Street 

Lemont, Illinois 60439 

(312) 257-5454 

LUTHERAN SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY AT CHICAGO 

Preparation for ministry. Curriculum emphasizes (1) the sources, structure, and dynamics 
of the Christian Faith; (2) the expression of that faith in our time. New campus (merger of 
5 seminaries) deliberately located in urban setting adjacent to a major university. 

President Walter F. Wolbrecht 

Dean Wesley J. Fuerst 

Admissions Officer Wilhelm C Linss 

Director of Graduate Studies G. Everett Arden 

Degree Programs: 

Name of Degree Time Beyond A.B. Normally Required 

M.Div. 4 years 

M.T.S. 3 years 

S.T.M. 6 years 

S.T.D. 8 years 

1100 East 55th Street 

Chicago, Illinois 60615 

(312) 667-3500 



MEADVILLE THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL 

Particular emphasis upon theological inquiry in the light of the sciences and in the con- 
text of new and pressing patterns accentuated by contemporary urban society. 

President and Dean Malcolm R. Sutherland, Jr. 

Assistant Dean /. Ronald Engel 

Admissions Officer Mrs. Carl Wennerstrom 

Degree Programs: 

Name of Degree Time Beyond A.B. Normally Required 
M.R.E. 2 years 

M.A. in Theological 

Studies 2 years 

D.Min. 5 years 

5701 South Woodlawn Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 60637 
(312) 753-3195 

NORTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

The seminary was founded by churches of the American Baptist Convention. At the same 
time, it seeks participation in ecumenical dialog, endeavors to serve the whole body of 
Christ, and welcomes students of all Christian traditions. 

President Bryan F. Archibald 

Dean Robert P. Meye 

Admissions Officer E. Alfred Jenkins 

Degree Programs: 

Name of Degree Time Beyond A.B. Normally Required 
M.A. (Christian Education) 2 years 

M.A. (Theological Studies) 2 years 

M.Div. 3 years 

100 West Butterfield Road 

Oak Brook, Illinois 60521 

(312) 629-4100 



CLUSTER STAFF 

Robert J. Flinn, S.V.D., Executive Coordinator 
Donald E. Williams, Academic Coordinator 
Albert E. Hurd, Library Coordinator 

1100 E. 55th Street 

Chicago, 111. 60615 

(312) 667-3500 



The Chicago Cluster of Theological Schools is incorporated as a Not-For-Profit corporation in the 
State of Illinois, April 26, 1971. 



COURSE LISTINGS 

1. BIBLICAL STUDIES 

A. Old Testament 



DeAn 


Bbl 


341 


*Beth/ 






NETS 


A-323 




*Beth/ 






NETS 


A-324 




*Eeth/ 






NETS 


A-325 




CTU 


ELL 


300 


CTU 


ELL 


315 



LSTC 


OT 


311A 


LSTC 


OT 


311E 


LSTC 


OT 


312 



LSTC 



OT 



312 



General Introduction 

Introduction to Old Testament I 

Introduction to Old Testament II 

Old Testament Theology 
Old Testament Introduction 

Section 1 : 

Section 2: 
The Eible: Its Formation and 

Interpretation 

Section 1: 

Section 2: 
Old Testament Methodology 
Old Testament Methodology 
Old Testament Eooks and 

Problems 
Old Testament Eooks and 

Problems 



Fischer, Fall, MWF, 10:10 

Neff, Fall, MWF, 10:30 

Neff, Winter, MWF, 10:30 

Neff, Spring, MWF, 10:30 

Stuhlmueller, Fall, MWF, 9:00 
Spilly, Fall, MWF, 9:00 

Senior, Spring, MWF, 12:00 
Fournelle, Spring, MWF, 11:00 
Fuerst, Fall, MW, 8-9:50 
Syre, Fall, MW, 8-9:50 

Syre, Winter, MW, 8-9:50 

Michel, Spring, TT, 8-9:50 



EST 


DIVN 


300 


Area Lectures 1: Second 
Millenium 


EST 


DIVN 


302 


Area Lectures II: First 
Millenium 


EST 


DIVN 


511 


Old Testament Covenant 
Theology 


CTS 


CH 


301 


People and Faith of Israel I 


DeAn 


Ebl 


442 


Old Testament Institutions I 


DeAn 


Ebl 


443 


Old Testament Institutions 11 


CTU 


ELL 


502 


Problem of OT Theology 


Eeth 


A-320 




Genesis 


CTS 


CH 


310 


Exegesis of OT I (Exodus) 


CTU 


ELL 


405 


The Deuteronomic History 



CTU 


ELL 


410 


LSTC 


OT 


530 


LSTC 


OT 


412 


NETS 


EHT 


541 


NETS 


EHT 


542 


NETS 


EHT 


548 


LSTC 


OT 


414 



Section 1: 
Section 2: 

Pre-Exilic Prophecy 

Prophecy and Radical Tradition 

I Isaiah 

Isaiah 1-39 

Isaiah 40-66 

Restoration Prophets 

Jeremiah 



DeVault, Fall, TT, 11:00 

DeVault, Winter, TT, 11:00 

DeVault, Fall, WF, 11:00 
Lacocque, Winter, MWF, 9:00 
Fischer, Winter, MWF, 10:10 
Fischer, Spring, MWF, 10:10 
Fournelle, Winter, MW, 2-3:15 

Neff, Fall, MWF, 11:30 
Lacocque, Spring, MWF, 9:00 

Fournelle,¥ SiW, MWF, 10:00 
Fournelle, Fall, MWF, 12:00 

TBA, Winter, TEA 
Syre, Spring, Tu, 1:30-4:20 
Syre, Fall, Tu, 8:00, TH, 9:00 
Bjornard, FaH, MWF, 11:30 
Bjornard, Winter, Tu, 1:10-3:40 
Bjornard, Fall, MWF, 11:30 
Fuerst, Spring, MWF, 11:50 



Indicates jointly sponsored courses. 



Beth 


A-423 




CTU 


BLL 


420 


LSTC 


OT 


415 


CTS 


CH 


411 


CTU 


BLL 


590 


LSTC 


OT 


427 


CTU 


BLL 


518 


Beth 


A-325 





Apocalypticism 

Psalms 

Psalms 

Exegesis of OT III (Job) 



Neff, Winter, MWF, 2:10 
Stuhlmueller, Fall, Tu, 2-4:30 
Michel, Winter, TT, 1:30-3:20 
Lacocque, Spring, TT, 9-10:30 



Prayer of the Old Testament Staff, Spring, Tu, 2-4:30 

Death & Its Contradition in the OT Michel, Winter, TT, 8-9:50 
Intertestamental Literature 
Biblical Studies in Lay 
Education 



Fournelle, Spring, Tu, 2-4:30 
Neff, Spring, NWF, 10:30 



B. New Testament 



Beth 


A-332 




Beth 


A-330 




CTU 


BLL 


305 


NBTS 


BHT 


560 


NBTS 


BHT 


561 


NBTS 


BHT 


586 


DeAn 


Bbl 


413 


DeAn 


Bbl 


414 


LSTC 


NT 


320 


LSTC 


NT 


320 


BST 


DIVN 


304 


CTS 


CH 


321 


LSTC 


NT 


538 


BST 


DIVN 


509 


CTU 


BLL 


430 


CTU 


BLL 


531 


CTS 


CH 


521 


CTU 


BLL 


432 


*NBTS/ 






Beth 


BHT 


571 


BST 


DIVN 


301 


CTS 


CH 


421 



CTU 



LSTC 

LSTC 
NBTS 



BLL 535 



New Testament Theology 

Introduction to the NT 

New Testament: Introduction 

Section 1: 

Section 2: 
New Testament Introduction 
Intro, to New Testament 

Theology 



Recent NT Literature 

413 Apostolic Literature I 

414 Apostolic Literature II 



Gospel Tradition 
Gospel Tradition 
Area Lectures II; Synoptic 

Gospels & Acts 
The Synoptic Gospels 
The Kingdom of God in the 

Synoptic Gospels 
Seminar in the Composition of 

the First Gospel 
The Gospel According to 

Matthew 
The Passion in Matthew's Gospel 
Theology of the Gospel of Mark 
The Gospel According to Mark 

Gospel of Mark 

Area Lectures III: John 

The Theologies of Paul and 

the Gospel of John 
Resurrection Texts in the 

Gospels and St. Paul 



NT 515 Exegesis of Passion and 

Resurrection Narratives 
NT 440 Parables of Jesus 
BHT 563 Parables of Jesus 



Snyder, Fall, W, 7-9:40 p.m. 
Snyder, Spring, MWF, 2:10 

Karris, Winter, MWF, 12:00 
Senior, Winter, MWF, 12:00 
Branch, FaII,TT, 8-9:20 

Brauch/Meye, Winter, MWF, 

11:30 
Branch, Spring, MWF, 11:30 
Fischer, Winter, MWTh, 9:05 
Fischer, Spring, MWF, 9:05 

F^dy^us, Winter, MWF, 11:50 
Norquist, Spring, MWF, 10:50 

Thompson, Winter, TT, 10:00 
Scroggs, Spring, WF, 10:30-12 

Norquist, Fall, Tu, 1:30-4:20 

Thompson, Spring, TuF, 1:30-3 

Langerholz, Winter, MWF, 11:00 
Senior, Fall, TuF, 2-3:15 
Scroggs, Fall, TT, 2:30-4 
Senior, Spring, MWF, 10:00 

Meye, Spring, M, 7-9:30 p.m. 
Thompson, Spring, TT, 10:00 

Scroggs, Fall, WF, 10:30-12 

Langerholz, Spring, MW, 2- 
3:15 

rddhus. Spring, Tu, 9, 10:50 
V^dbus, Fall, MWF, 11:50 
Branch, FaH, MWF, 1:10 



CTS CH 552 Christian Experience, Fellow- 

ship & Community in the 
Early Church 



Scroggs, Winter, TT, 2:30-4 



CTU 



BLL 460 Acts 



Karris, Spring, MW, 3:30-4:45 



BST 


DIVN 


307 


Area Lectures I: Paul 


CTU 


BLL 


450 


Pauline Theology 


LSTC 


NT 


330 


Pauline Tradition 


LSTC 


NT 


330 


Pauline Tradition 


NETS 


BHT 


568 


Problems of Pauline Theology 


Beth 


A-434 




1 and II Corinthians 


CTS 


CH. 


521 


I Corinthians: A Dialogue 

Between Paul and His Church 


CTU 


BLL 


455 


Pauline Exegesis: Corinthians 


LSTC 


NT 


451 


Exegesis of I Corinthians 


CTU 


BLL 


455 


Pauline Exegesis: Col & 
Ephesians 


NETS 


BHT 


558 


Exegesis: Philippians 


CTS 


CH 


322 


Beginnings of Christian 
Theology 


BST 


DIVN 


402 


Jesus, Messiah: Expectations 
and Fulfillment 


BST 


DIVN 


514 


The NT in Christian Ethics 


*CTU/ 








LSTC 


BLL 


572 


Ethical Teaching of the Early 
Church (LSTC, NT 437) 


CTU 


BLL 


570 


Early Catholicism in the NT 


CTU 


BLL 


575 


Prophecy in the Primitive and 
Early Church 


LSTC 


NT 


414 


New Testament Christology 


LSTC 


NT 


435 


Exegesis of Revelation 



Thompson, Fall, TT, 10:00 
Spilly, Spring, MWF, 11:00 
Norquist, Winter, MWF, 10:50 
Linss, Spring, MWF, 11:50 
Branch, Winter, TT, 8-9:20 
Snyder, Winter, MTh, 8-9:20 

Scroggs, Spring, TT, 2:30-4 
Spilly, Winter, MWF, 12:00 
V^ddbus, Fall, MWF, 1:30 

Karris, Fall, MWF, 10:00 
Brauch, Spring, MWF, 1:10 

Scroggs, Winter, WF, 10:30-12 

De Vault/Thompson, Winter, 

TuF, 1:30-3 
0^ Callaghan/ Thompson, Fall, 

MTh, 2:30-4 



Karris /Norquist, Spring, Tu, 

7:30-10 p.m. 
Karris, Winter, Tu, 8-10:00 p.m. 

Spilly, Winter, MW, 3:30-4:45 
Linss, Winter, TT, 1:30-3:20 
Linss, Fall, MWF, 10:50 



C. Biblical Languages 



Pre-Session at LSTC 





NT 


200 


Beginning Greek 




OT 


300 


Elementary Hebrew 


BST 


DIVN 


306 


Elementary Hebrew I 


BST 


DIVN 


406 


Elementary Hebrew II 


BST 


DIVN 


406 


Elementary Hebrew II 


CTU 


BLL 


325 


Introductory Hebrew 


CTU 


BLL 


325 


Elementary Hebrew 


*NBTS/ 








Beth 


BHT 


501 


Hebrew Language I 


*NBTS/ 








Beth 


BHT 


502 


Hebrew Language II 


*NBTS/ 








Beth 


BHT 


503 


Hebrew Language III 


LSTC 


NT 


411 


Syriac I 


LSTC 


NT 


412 


Syriac II 


*Beth/ 








NBTS 


A-316A 


Elements of NT Greek I 








10 



Linss and Norquist, September 
Michel, September 

DeVault, Fall, Tu, 1:30-3:30 
DeVault, Fall, Th, 1:30-3:30 
DeVault, Winter, Th, 1:30- 

3:30 
Fournelle, Winter, MWF, 9:00 
Syre, Spring, TT, 10:50-12:40 

Bjornard, Fall, MWF, 1:10 

Bjornard, Winter, MWF, 1:10 

Bjornard, Spring, MWF, 1:10 

Vmhus, Winter, MWF, 10:50 
Vmbus, Spring, MWF, 10:50 

Snyder, Fall, MWF, 1:10-2 



\ 



*Beth/ 






NETS 


A-316E 


Elements of NT Greek 


*Beth/ 






NETS 


A-316C 


Elements of NT Greek 


CTU 


ELL 320 


Eiblical Greek 



CTU 
CTU 

CTU 

CTU 
CTU 

xCTS 

xCTS 
xCTS 

CTS 



ELL 
ELL 



520 
521 



Do Jewish Studies 

Litury of the Synagogue I 
Liturgy of the Synagogue II 



ELL 524 Readings in Rabbinic Literature I 

ELL 525 Readings in Rabbinic Literature II 
ELL 526 Rabbinic Judaism and the Early 

Church 
CH 415A Jewish Mysticism: From the 

Beginnings to Hasidism 
CH 415E Jewish Mysticism: Hasidism 
CH 415C Jewish Mysticism: Influence on 

Contemporary Literature 
CH 493 An Inquiry Into Contemporary 

Judaism: Jewish History 

and the Meaning of Failure 



Snyder, Winter, MWF, 1:10-2 

Snyder, Spring, MWF, 1:10-2 
Senior, Fall, MWF, 9:00 



Perelmuter, Fall, Th, 10:00-12 

Perelmuter, Spring, Th, 10:00- 
12 

Perelmuter, Fall, by arrange- 
ment 

Perelmuter, Spring, Th, 1:00-3 

Perelmuter, Fall, Th, 1:00-3 

Sherwin, Fall, TT, 12-1:30 
Sherwin, Winter, TT, 12-1:30 

Sherwin, Spring, TT, 12-1:30 

Lacocque/Manschreck, Winter, 
TT, 1-2:30 



Special tuition arrangements necessary for non-CTS students. Please consult your Dean 
or the Cluster Coordinator for particulars. 

II. THEOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY 



DeAn 


Thl 


300 


EST 


DIVN 


352, 
354 


EST 


DIVN 


357, 
361 


EST 


DIVN 


499 


CTS 


TEC 


304 


CTS 


TEC 


305 


CTU 


HDS 


320 


CTU 


HDS 


325 


LSTC 


CT 


321 


LSTC 


CT 


401A 


LSTC 


CT 


401E 


LSTC 


CT 


402A 


LSTC 


CT 


402E 


LSTC 


CT 


509 


M/L 


TS 


311 


M/L 


TS 


511 


NETS 


CHT 


551 


NETS 


CHT 


553 


NETS 


CHT 


588 



A. Doctrine 
Orientation 
352/ Area Lectures in Fundamental 

Theology I 
357/ Area Lectures in Fundamental 
Theology II 
Notion of Person in Christian 

Theology 
Constructive Theology I 
Constructive Theology II 

Introduction to Religion 
Introduction to Theology 
Theological Methodology 
Christian Theology I 
Christian Theology I 
Christian Theology II 
Christian Theology II 
Science and Theological 

Reconstruction 
Scientific Resources for Theolo^ 
Theology and the Sciences: 

Seminar 
Philosophy of Religion 
Apologetics 
Existentialism 

11 



Persich, Fall, WF, 8:00 



Staff Fall, MWF, 11:00 

Staff, Winter, MWF, 11:00 

Doyle, Spring, WF, 10:00 
Jennings, Fall, TT, 10:30-12 
Jennings, Winter, TT, 10:30- 

12 
Vanasse, Fall, MWF, 10:00 
Hayes, Fall, MWF, 11:00 
Hefner, Fall, MW, 10:50 
Braaten, Winter, TT, 10:50 
Hefner, Winter, WF, 1:30-3:20 
Braaten, Spring, MW, 1:30-3:20 
Hefner, Spring, MW, 1:30-3:20 

Tobias, Fall, Tu, 9, 10:50 
Burhoe, Fall, TEA 

Burhoe, Fall TEA 
Young, Spring, MWF, 11:30 
Young, Winter, MWF, 11:30 
Young, Fall, Tu, 2:10-4:40 



M/L 


TS 


372 


M/L 


TS 


373 


M/L 


TS 


472 


M/L 


TS 


571 


M/L 


TS 


572 


CTU 


HDS 


330 


BST 


DIVN 


450 


CTU 


HDS 


430 


CTU 


HDS 


430 


DeAn 


Thl 


421 


NETS 


CHT 


571 


NETS 


CHT 


572 


CTU 


HDS 


435 


DeAn 


Thl 


424 


CTS 


TEC 


317 


LSTC 


CT 


508 


Beth 


E-550 




CTS 


TEC 


316 


CTU 


HDS 


440 



LSTC 



NETS 



CT 



480 



CHT 573 



Contemporary Liberal Theology 
Pragmatic Philosophy and 

Liberal Theology 
Constructive Liberal Theology 
Empirical Study of Religious 

Phenomena 
Empirical Study of Liberal 

Religion, 
Christian Theism and Secular 

Humanism 

Theology of Sacramentum Mundi 
Problem of God (Section 1) 
Problem of God (Section 2) 
Problem of God 
Systematic Theology I: God 

and Revelation 
Systematic Theology II: 

Creation and Redemption 
Origins and Eschatology 

Section 1: 

Section 2: 
Great ion/Eschatology 
Eschatology 
Eschatology and Process 

Thought 

Language of Christology 
Christology 
Christology (Section 1) 

(Section 2) 
The Jesus of History and the 

Christ of Faith 
Systematic Theology III: The 

Realization of the Kingdom 



DeAn 


Thl 


461 


Theology of the Sacraments 


CTU 


HDS 


450 


Theology of the Eucharist 
Section 1: 
Section 2: 


DeAn 


Thl 


462 


Theology of the Eucharist 


CTU 


HDS 


455 


Sacraments of Initiation 


CTU 


HDS 


460 


Sacraments of Healing and 
Vocation 


DeAn 


Thl 


463 


The Sacrament of Penance 


DeAn 


Thl 


464 


The Sacrament of Matrimony 


DeAn 


Ltg 


341 


Theology of the Liturgy 


CTU 


HDS 


445 


Theology of the Church 

Section 1: 
Section 2: 


DeAn 


Thl 


403 


Ecclesiology 


LSTC 


HT 


314 


The Lutheran Heritage 


LSTC 


HT 


314 


The Lutheran Heritage 


Beth 


B-457 




Brethren in Theological 
Perspective 



Tapp, Fall, TEA 

Tapp, Spring, TBA 
Tapp, Spring, TBA 

Tapp, Fall, TBA 

Tapp, Winter, TBA 

Knitter, Winter, MWF, 9:00 

Montague, Winter, W, 3:30-5:30 
Hayes, Fall, MWF, 10:00 
Knitter, Fall, MWF, 11:00 
Persich, Fall, MWF, 10:10 

Young, Fall, TT, 8-9:20 

Young, Winter, TT, 8-9:20 

McElwain, Spring, TT, 9-10:15 
Knitter, Spring, MWF, 10:00 
Persich, Winter, MWF, 8:00 
Jennings, Winter, MWF, 9:00 

Braaten/Hefner, Spring, Tu, 

1:30-4:20 
Groff, Fall, MTh, 8-9:20 
Jennings, Spring, MWF, 9:00 
Hayes, Winter, MWF, 10:00 
McElwain, Winter, TT, 9-10:15 

Bma^en, Winter, M, 1:30-4:20 

Young, Spring, TT, 8-9:20 

Dolan, Fall, MWF, 10:10 

Ostdiek, Fall, MWF, 11:00 
Johnson, Winter, MWF, 11:00 
Dolan, Spring, MWF, 10:10 
Ostdiek, Winter, MWF, 10:00 

Ostdiek/ Johnson, Spring, 

MWF, 9:00 
Gaydos, Winter, MWF, 8:00 
Germovnik, Fall, MWF, 1:15 
Persich, Fall, M, 1:15 

Knitter, Winter, MWF, 12:00 
Hayes, Spring, MWF, 11:00 
Persich, Spring, MWF, 8:05 
Braaten, Fall, MWF, 11:50 
Hefner, Winter, MWF, 10:50 

Brown, Fall, TuF, 3:10 



12 



Beth B-459 Doctrine of the Holy Spirit: 

German Pietism 

B. Theologians 

Theology of the Word in St. 

Bonaventure 
Luther, Calvin, Wesley 
Seminar in 19th Century Theol- 
ogy from Baur to Troeltsch 
Kierkegaard 

Newman's Theology of Conversion 
Ethics of Karl Barth 
Readings in Barth's Dog:matics 
Bonhoeffer: A Reading Seminar 
Seminar: Jacques Ellul 
Theological Method According 
to Bernard J. Lonergan 
CTU HDS 520 Theology of Karl Rahner 

C. Problems 



CTU 


HDS 


565 


Beth 


B-456 




LSTC 


CT 


489 


CTS 


CH 


395a 


BST 


DIVN 


525 


Beth 


B-566 




LSTC 


CT 


419 


CTS 


CH 


395c 


Beth 


B-468 




BST 


DIVN 


456 



Brown, Spring, MTh, 8-9:20 



Hayes, Winter, MW, 3:30-4:45 
Brown, Winter, WF, 8-9:20 

Hefner, Fall, WF, 1:30-4:20 
LeFevre, Fall, M, 2-5:00 
Wulftange, Fall, M, 3:30-5:30 
Miller, Fall, TBA 
Sherman, Winter, MW, 1:30-3:20 
Jennings, Spring, TBA 
Brown, Winter, W, 3:10-5:40 

Wulftange, Fall, W, 3:30-5:30 
Hayes, Spring, MW, 2-3:15 



Beth 


B-357 




Beth 


B-351 




Beth 


B-561 




Beth 


B-563 




BST 


DIVN 


497 


BST 


DIVN 


596 


BST 


DIVN 


596 


BST 


DIVN 


581 


BST 


DIVN 


557 


BST 


DIVN 


565 


CTS 


TEC 


480 


CTS 


TEC 


415 



Current Theological Trends 
Christian Faith and Ethics 
Direct Nonviolent Action: 

Theology of Revolution 
Faith and the Emergence of 

Reason 
Exercises in Religious 

Awareness I 
Exercises in Religious 

Awareness II 
Exercises in Religious 

Awareness II 
Readings in Altered States of 

Consciousness 
Hermeneutics and History 
Leadership in the Church 
Theology and Human Development 
The Search for God in Time 

and Memory 



Brown, Fall, WF, 8-9:20 
Miller, Spri, Spring, MWF, 8:00 

Brown, Spring, M, 7-9:40 p.m. 

Miller /Groff, Fall, MWF, 11:30 

Ochs, Winter, 7:30-9:30 p.m. 

Ochs, Winter, TuF, 3:30-5:30 

Ochs, Spring, MTh, 7:30-9:30 p.m. 

Ochs, Spring, W, 1:30-3:30 
Doyle, Spring, TuF, 3:30-5:30 
Montague, Spring, W, 3:30-5:30 
LeFevre, Spring, M, 2-5:00 

Anderson/LeFevre, Winter * ♦ ♦ 



(* * * = course will be two units, six credit hours. It will begin with a five-day re- 
treat in the first week of the quarter and meet Monday afternoons and even- 
ings thereafter.) 



CTU 


HDS 


523 


CTU 


HDS 


541 


LSTC 


CS 


426 


LSTC 


MT 


425 



Process Philosophy and 

Teilhardian "Hyperphysics" McElwain, Spring, Tu, 2-4:30 
Theology of Play, Festivity 

and Fantasy McElwain, Winter, MW, 2-3:15 

Theology and Culture Benne, Winter, MW, 8-9:50 

Some Religious Possibilities 

in a Secular Age Lindberg, Spring, MWF, 10:50 



13 





A 


Beth 


B-449 


CTS 


CH 491 



HI. HISTORICAL STUDIES 

Methodology and Philosophy of History 



M/L 
M/L 



CTU 
EST 



TS 431 
TS 434 



EST 


DIVN 


315 


CTS 


CH 


341 


CTU 


HDS 


302 


DeAn 


Hst 


307 


DeAn 


Hst 


408 


LSTC 


HT 


311A 


NETS 


CHT 


501 



HDS 307 
DIVN 524 



Research Methods in Church 
History 

Contrasting Philosophies of 

History: Augustine in Rela- 
tion to Recent Philosophies 
of History 

Theological Issues in Unitarian 
Universalist History 

History and Constructive 
Liberal Theology 

B. Early Church 

Area Lectures in Historical 

Theology 
Christianity in the World: The 

Early Church Experience 
The Early Expansion of 

Christianity 

Survey of Church History to 1400 Rohrich, Fall, MTh, 1:15 
Chris to logical/Trinitarian 

Developments Rohrich, Spring, MTh, 8:00 

Ancience & Medieval Church 

History Knudsen, Winter, Tu, 10:50, 

Th, 11:50 
Early and Medieval Christianity Ohlmann, Winter, MWF, 10:30 

C. Medieval 

The Christianization of Europe Nemer, Winter, MWF, 10:00 

Devil, Demonology, Witchcraft Fortman, Spring, TuF, 3:30 

D. Reformation 



Durnbaugh, Fall, WF, 8-9:20 

Manschreck, Fall, W, 1:30-4:30 
Godbey, Fall, TEA 
Godbey, Winter, TEA 

Staff, Winter, WF, 10:00 
Manschreck, Winter, TT, 9-10:30 
Nemer, Fall, MWF, 12:00 



EST 


DIVN 


319 


CTS 


CH 


342 


CTU 


HDS 


310 


LSTC 


HT 


312A 


LSTC 


HT 


312E 


NETS 


CHT 


502 


Eeth 


E-340 




Eeth 


E-456 




EST 


DIVN 


429 


CTS 


CH 


461 


NETS 


CHT 


503 


Beth 


B-440 




M/L 


TS 


432 



Area Lectures in Historical 

Theol. 11 
Christianity in the World: The 

Reformation Upheaval 
Christianity in the Renaissance 

and Reformation 
Reformation and Modern Church 

History 
Studies in Reformation and 

Modern Church History 
Reformation & Modern 

Christianity 
The Believers' Church 
Luther, Calvin, Wesley 
Young Luther Confronts Tradition 
The English Reformation 
Baptist History 
The Radical Reformation 
The Radical Reformation 

14 



Staff, Spring, MTh, 11:00 

Manschreck, Spring, TT, 9-10:30 

Nemer, Spring, MWF, 10:00 

Kukkonen, Spring, MWF, 10:50 

Kukkonen, Spring, MW, 8-9:50 

Ohlmann, Spring, MWF, 10:30 
Durnbaugh, Fall, MTh, 8-9:20 
Brown, Winter, WF, 8-9:20 
Wicks, Spring, W, 3:30-5:30 
Manschreck, Fall, TT, 1-2:30 
Ohlmann, Fall, MWF, 10:30 
Durnbaugh, Winter, MWF, 11:30 
Godbey, Spring, TEA 



Beth 

NBTS 

NETS 

M/L 

Beth 

Beth 
CTU 

*BST/ 
CTU 

Beth 
LSTC 

Beth 

CTS 

NBTS 

NBTS 

*BST/ 

CTU 



M/L 

BST 
BST 



NBTS 

LSTC 

LSTC 

M/L 

DeAn 

♦BST/ 

CTU 



E. Modern 

B-340 The Believers' Church 

CHT 515 What is a Christian? 
CHT 517 Secularization of Western 

Civilization 
TS 433 Modern European Religious 

Liberalism 
B-343 History of the Church of the 

Brethren 
B-444 Modern Cults 

HDS 422 19th Century Europe & World 

Mission 

DIVN 419 

(HDS 415) Catholic Church in Upheaval 
B-446 The Ecumenical Movement 

HT 454 Major Issues in Lutheran 
Ecumenical Dialogues 

B-459 Doctrine of the Holy Spirit: 

German Pietism 
CH 592 An Inguiry into Nihilism: 

Expressions and Alternatives 
CHT 520 History and Development of the 

Black Church 
CHT 521 Christianity in Africa 

DIVN 422 

(HDS 417) From Newman to Vatican II 

MIN 441 Religious Biography: Channing 

to Davies 
DIVN 483 Life After Death 
DIVN 523 Divorce in Historical and 

Pastoral Perspective 

F. American Churches 

CHT 516 Development of Theology in 

America 
HT 313A Religious Rebels in American 

History 
HT 313B Lutheran Unity and Polarity in 

American History 
MIN 441 Religious Biography: Channing 

to Davies 
Hst 413 Problems in the American Church 

DIVN 522 Catholic Church in the 19th 
Century United States 



Durnbaugh, Fall, MTh, 8-9:20 
Ohlmann, Fall, MWF, 2:10 

Ohlmann, Spring, MW, 2:10 

Godbey, Fall, TBA 

Durnbaugh, Winter, MWF, 10:30 
Durnbaugh, Spring, MWF, 10:30 

Nemer, Winter, TT, 10:25 

Ross, Spring, TT, 3:30 
Durnbaugh, Spring, MWF, 11:30 

Arden, Winter, Tu, 10:50/ Th, 
11:50 

Brown, Spring, MTh, 8-9:20 

Manschreck, Spring, W, 1:30-4:30 

May, Fall, Tu, 7-9:30 p.m» 
May, Winter, Th, 7-9:30 p.m. 

Ross, Winter, Tu, 3:30 

Jordahl, Fall, TBA 
Fortman, Winter, MTh, 2:30 

Wicks, Winter, M, 3:30 



Ohlmann, Winter, WF, 8-9:20 

Arden, Spring, TT, 1:30 

Arden, Fall, TT, 1:30 

Jordahl, Fall, TBA 
Rohrich, Winter, MTh, 1:15 

Madden, Fall, TuF, 2:30 



15 



IV. CHRISTIAN ETHICS 

A. Social and Theological Ethics 



Beth 


B-351 




Christian Faith and Ethics 


Beth 


C-490 




Development of Conscience 


Beth 


B-561 




Direct Nonviolent Action: 
Theology of Revolution 


Beth 


B-567 




Language of Ethics 


BST 


DIVN 


335 


General Moral Theology 


BST 


DIVN 


336 


Special Problems in Moral 
Theology 


BST 


DIVN 


337 


Social Ethics 


BST 


DIVN 


514 


New Testament in Christian 
Ethics 


BST 


DIVN 


444 


Homosexuality as a Moral and 
Pastoral Problem 


*BST/ 








LSTC 


DIVN 


484 


Recent Literature in Christian 




(CT 


450) 


Ethics 


CTS 


TEC 


321 


Christian Ethics 


CTS 


TEC 


424 


Theology and Revolution 


CTS 


TEC 


430 


Situation Ethics 


CTS 


TEC 


520a 


Theological and Social Ethics 
of Paul Tillich I 


CTS 


TEC 


520b 


Theological and Social Ethics 
of Paul Tillich II 


CTU 


HDS 


470 


The Dynamics of Christian Con- 
science Formation 


CTU 


HDS 


472 


Toward an Image of Man for 
Christian Ethics 


CTU 


HDS 


480 


Love and Community as Ethical 
Aims 


CTU 


HDS 


491 


Development of Christian 
Spirituality II 


CTU 


HDS 


495 


Fundamental Principles of 
Spiritual Growth 


CTU 


HDS 


574 


Modern Conceptions of the 
Social Order 


CTU 


HDS 


576 


Ethics and International 
Responsibility 


CTU 


HDS 


578 


The Minister and Social 
Involvement 


CTU 


HDS 


580 


Ethics of Christian Marriage 


DeAn 


Thl 


341 


Principles of Christian Morality 


DeAn 


Thl 


443 


Man in His Relations with Other 


LSTC 


CT 


330 


Sources of Christian Ethics 


LSTC 


CT 


331 


The Structure of Christian Ethic 



Miller, Spring, MWF, 8-9:20 
Miller, Winter, MTh, 8-9:20 

Brown, Spring, M, 7-9:40 p.m. 
Miller, Fall, MWF, 10:30 
McCormick/0' Callaghan, 
Fall, WF, 10:00 

McCormick/O'Callaghan, Winter, 

M 10, Th 9:00 
McCormick/O'Callaghan, Spring, 

TuF, 11:00 

0' C alia ghan/ Thompson, Fall, 
MTh, 2:30-4 

McCormick, Winter, W, 1:30-3:30 



McCormick /Sherman, Spring, MW, 

1:30-3 
Schroeder/Obenhaus, Spring, 

WF, 1:30-3 
Meyners, Fall, F, 2-5:00 
Meyners, Winter, F, 2-5:00 

Schroeder, Fall, TT, 2:30-4 

Schroeder, Winter, TT, 2:30-4 

Crotty, Winter, MWF, 11:00 

Crotty, Fall, MWF, 9:00 

Crotty, Spring, MWF, 12:00 

Isabell, Fall, TT, 9-10:15 

Isabell, Spring, MWF, 12:00 

Pawlikowski, Winter, Tu, 2-4:30 

Pawlikowski, Fall, W, 2-4:30 

Pawlikowski /Crotty, Winter, W, 

2-4:30 
Crotty, Fall, TuF, 2-3:15; Spring: 

MW, 3:30-4:45 
Persich, Winter, MWF, 9:05 
Gaydos, Spring, MWF, 8:00 
Sherman, Winter, TT, 1:30-3:20 



16 



*LSTC/ 
BST 



LSTC 

M/L 



M/L 
M/L 



Beth 
Beth 
CTS 

CTS 



CT 452 Recent Literature in Christian 

(DIVN 484) Ethics Sherman/McCormick, Spring, MW, 

1:30-3:20 
CT 452 Theories and Theologies of 

Revolution Sherman, Spring, TT, 1:30-3:20 

TS 321 Social Ethics of James Luther 

Adams Engel, Fall, TBA 

TS 422 Problems in Theological Ethics Enge/, Spring, TBA 

TS 522 Religious and Political 

Liberalism Engel, Winter, TBA 



M/L 



B. Church and Society 

B-462 Seminar in Social Ethics 

B-463 Sociology of Religion 

TEC 325 Growth of Social Conscious- 
ness in American Churches 
TEC 426 Theological-Ethical Elements in 
Contemporary Social Trans- 
formation 
Theology and Civil Disobedience 
White Perspective on Black 

Theology 
Sociology of Religion 
Sociology of Religion: Historical 
Research in Sociology of 

Religion 
Church and Structure: Theology 

of Law 
Intro: Fundamental Norms 
Church Government 
Religious and Laity 
Theology and Culture 
Survey of Parish Renewal 
Introduction to Public Ministry 
Advanced Study in Public 
Ministry 
MIN 551 Seminar in Parish Renewal 



CTS 


TEC 


423 


CTS 


TEC 


433 


CTS 


TEC 


443 


CTS 


TEC 


442 


CTS 


TEC 


542 


CTU 


HDS 


447 


DeAn 


Law 


315 


DeAn 


Law 


416 


DeAn 


Law 


417 


LSTC 


CS 


426 


LSTC 


cs 


425 


M/L 


MIN 


351 


M/L 


MIN 


451 



Miller, Winter, TBA 
Miller, Spring, TBA 

Obenhaus, Fall, WF, 9-10:30 



Obenhaus, Winter, WF, 9-10:30 
Meyners, Spring, TT, 9-10:30 

Meyners, Winter, TT, 9-10:30 
Schroeder, Fall, M, 2-5:00 
Schroeder, Spring, M, 2-5:00 

Schroeder, Winter, F, 3:30-5:45 

Bonner, Fall, TT, 11:50-1:05 
Germovnik, Winter, MTh, 8:00 
Germovnik, Fall, WF, 8:00 
Germovnik, Spring, WF, 1:15 
Benne, Winter, MW, 8-9:50 
Lesher, Winter, WF, 1:30-3:20 
Shadle, TBA, TBA 

Shadle, TBA, TBA 
Shadle, Winter, TBA 



V. PASTORAL CARE AND MINISTRY 

A. Pastoral Care 



Beth 


C-480 




Beth 


C.580 




CTS 


CM 


331 


CTS 


TEC 


463 


CTU 


CMM 


415 


CTU 


CMM 


420 


CTU 


CMM 


520 


CTU 


CMM 


591 



DeAn 



310 



Pastoral Care and Counseling 

Church Administration 

House Church: Theory and 
Practice 

Meaning of the Body 

Self-Understanding of the Mini- 
ster in Pastoral Care 

Legal Aspects of the Sacraments 

The Minister as Manager 

The Culture of Poverty in 
Chicago 

Introduction to Pastoral Care 



Royer, Winter, WF, 8-9:20 
Robinson, Spring, MTh, 8-9:20 

Anderson, Spring, W, 2-5:00 
Foster, Spring, TT, 8-10:30 

Mallonee, Winter, MF, 2-3:15 
Bonner, Winter, MWF, 9:00 
Giermak, Winter, Tu, 2-4:30 

Geaney, Spring, TBA 
Piacitelli, Fall, Field 



17 



DeAn 



Twp 440 



DeAn 


Twp 


505 


LSTC 


CS 


425 


M/L 


MIN 


301 


M/L 


MIN 


401 


M/L 


MIN 


363 


M/L 


MIN 


402 


NETS 


PMS 


545 



Beth 


C-380 




Beth 


C-480 




Beth 


C-582 




BST 


DIVN 


332 


EST 


DIVN 


470 


BST 


DIVN 


480 


BST 


DIVN 


583 


BST 


DIVN 


584 


CTS 


CM 


332 


CTS 


CM 


442 


CTS 


CM 


451 


CTS 


CM 


432 


CTS 


TEC 


470 


CTU 


CMM 


400 


CTU 


CMM 


405 



CTU 

CTU 

CTU 
CTU 

CTU 



CMM 405 



CMM 406 



CMM 
CMM 



410 
506 



CMM 508 



CTU 


CMM 


512 


CTU 


CMM 


522 


DeAn 


Psy 


301 


DeAn 


Psy 


401 


DeAn 


ThI 


401 


DeAn 


ThI 


401 


LSTC 


PC 


410 


LSTC 


PC 


430 


LSTC 


PC 


400 



Pastoral Care Through Deacon- 
ship 
Pastoral Care in Life Crises 
Survey of Parish Renewal 
Practicum in Pastoral Ministry 
Advanced Study in Pastoral 

Ministry 
Church Administration as 

Ministry 
Function of Religious Community 
in Relation to the Life Cycle 
Ministerial Duties 



Piacitelli, Fl, Wt, Sp, Field 
Piacitelli, Spring, TBA 
Lesher, Winter, WF, 1:30-3:20 
Baldwin, Fl, Wt, Sp, TBA 

Baldwin, Fl, Wt, Sp, TBA 

Sutherland, Fall, TBA 

Baldwin, Fall, TBA 
Archibald, Fall, WF, 8-9:20 



B. Counseling and Psychology 



Theology of Human Existence 
Pastoral Care and Counseling 
Seminar in Pastoral Psychology 
Psychology and Religious 

Development 
Group Dynamics & Theol. 

Reflection I 
Group Dynamics & Theol. 

Reflection II 
Group Dynamics & Theol. 

Reflection III 
Psychotherapy and Theology 
Pastoral Counseling 
Sexuality 
Gestalt Therapy & Religious 

Experience 
Marriage and Family Counseling 
Freud and Religion 
Sources of Pastoral Psychology 
Basic Types of Pastoral 

Counseling 
Basic Types of Pastoral 

Counseling 
Practicum in Basic Types of 

Pastoral Counseling 
Guidance and Spiritual Direction 
Seminar: Theological Impact 

of Freud and Jung 
Existential Psychotherapy and 

Pastoral Practice 
Psychology of Sexuality 
Theory of Group Dynamics 
Social Psychology 
Abnormal Psychology 
Counseling Sexual Problems 
Counseling the Christian 
Pastoral Counseling 
Group Dynamics 
Seminar on Community Mental 

Health 



Royer, Fall, MWF, 10:30 
Royer, Winter, WF, 8-9:20 
/^oyer, Spring, Th, 9:30-11:50 

Robb, Winter, TuF, 3:30-5 

Robb, Fall, F, 2:30-5 

Robb, Winter, F, 2:30-5 

Robb, Spring, F, 2:30-5 
Sears, Spring, TuF, 1:30 
Anderson, Spring, TBA 
Anderson, Winter, W, 2-5:00 

Anderson, Fall, W, 2-5:00 
Foster, Winter, W, 7-10:00 p.m. 
Foster, Fall, W, 9-12:00 
Newbold, Fall, TT, 9-10:15 

Newbold, Fall, TT, 10:25 

Neivbold, Winter, TT, 9:00 

Newbold, Spring, TT, 10:25 
Isabell, Winter, TT, 10:25 

Newbold, Winter, W, 7:30-10 p.m. 

Newbold, Spring, 7:30-10 p.m. 
Neiubold/Dideon, Spring, TBA 
Skerry, Spring, TT, 11:50 
Rees, Fall, TBA 
Rees, Winter, TBA 
Persich, Fall Th, 8:00 
Persich, Winter, Th, 8:00 
Sivanson, Fall, TT, 1:30-4:20 
Swanson, Fall, TT, 10:50-12:40 

Sivanson, Winter, TT, 1:30-3:20 



18 



LSTC 

LSTC 
LSTC 

M/L 

M/L 

NETS 



PC 420 Personality Theory & 

Psychotherapy 
PC 440 Psychology of Religion 

PC 450 Seminar on Marriage & Family 

Counseling 



MIN 403 



Royer, Winter, W, 1:30-4:20 
Swanson, Spring, TT, 1:30-3:20 

Butler/Dahlstrom, Spring, Th, 
1:30-4:20 



NETS 


PMC 


522 


NETS 


PCM 


523 


NETS 


PMC 


527 



Comparative Study of Personality 
Theories in Relation to Re- 
ligious Belief and Community Baldwin, Winter, TEA 
MIN 404 Psychological Perspectives on 
Immanence and Transcend- 
ence 

Psychology and Pastoral 
Counseling 

Personality and Religion 

Interpersonal Relations 

Marriage and Family Counseling 



PMC 521 



Baldwin, Spring, TEA 

Butler, Winter, WF, 9-9:20 
Butler, Fall, WF, 8-9:20 
Butler, Winter, Th, 7-9:30 p.m. 
Butler, Spring, WF, 8-9:20 



Eeth 


C-495 




EST 


DIVN 


594 


EST 


DIVN 


471 


EST 


DIVN 


472 


EST 


DIVN 


523 


CTS 


CM 


432 


LSTC 


PC 


450 


NETS 


PMC 


527 


CTS 


TEC 


462 


CTS 


TEC 


476 


CTU 


CMM 


425 


DeAn 


Twp 


311 


DeAn 


Twp 


420 


DeAn 


Twp 


421 


NETS 


PMC 


553 



C. Special Ministries 

Ministry to Youth 

Foundation of Spiritual Exercises 

of St. Ignatius 
Practicum in Alinsky 

Organization I 
Practicum in Alinsky 

Organization II 
Divorce in Historical and 

Pastoral Perspective 
Marriage and Family Counseling 
Seminar on Marriage & Family 

Counseling 

Marriage and Family Counseling 
Dynamics of Conflict 
Cognitive Human Potential 
Structures of Religious Life 
Pastoral Care of Disadvantaged 
Pastoral Care of Mentally 111 
Pastoral Care of Physically 111 
Practicum: The Urban Church 
in Contemporary Times 



Miller, Spring, WF, 8-9:20 

Sears/Robb, Winter, MTh, 2:30-4 

Staff, Winter, TEA 

Staff, Spring, TEA 

Wicks, Winter, M, 3:30-5:30 
Foster, Winter, W, 7-10:00 p.m. 

Butler/Dahlstrom, Spring, Th, 

1:30-4:20 
Butler, Spring, WF, 8-9:20 
Foster, Spring, W, 9-12 
Foster, Winter, F, 9-12 
Bonner, Spring, TT, 10:25 
Piacitelli, Winter, Field 
Piacitelli, Fall, Field 
Piacitelli, Winter, Field 

May, Spring, TIJ, 7-9:30 p.m. 



VL WORLD MISSION AND ECUMENICS 

A. Theology of Mission 



EST 


DIVN 


597 


CTU 


CMM 


435 


CTU 


CMM 


440 


CTU 


CMM 


445 


CTU 


CMM 


535 



CTU 



CMM 541 



Theology of Mission 
Theological Perspectives on 

Mission 
Christianity in World History 
Missionary Catechetics 
Development of Christian 

Community 
Contemporary Mission Problems 



Hardon, Spring, MTh, 2:30 

Boberg, Fall, TT, 10:25 
Boberg, Winter, TT, 9-10:15 
Boberg, Winter, TT, 10:25 

Boberg, Fall, MW, 3:30-4:45 
Boberg, Spring, MW, 3:30 



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CTU HDS 422 19th Century Europe and World 

Mission 
LSTC MT 420 Studies in Mission 

LSTC MT 425 Some Religious Possibilities 

in a Secular Age 



Nemer, Winter, TT, 10:25 
Hutagalung, Fall, MW, 1:30-3:20 



Lindberg, Spring, MWF, 10:50 
B. Ecumenics and Area Studies 



Beth B-446 The Ecumenical Movement 

LSTC HT 454 Major Issues in Lutheran 

Ecumenical Dialogues 

CTU CMM 530 Readings in Area Studies 

LSTC MT 420 Studies in Mission 

NETS CRT 521 Christianity in Africa 



Durnbaugh, Spring, MWF, 11:30 

Arden, Winter, Tu, 10:50/Th, 

11:50 
Boberg, Spring, WF, 2-3:15 
Hutagalung, Fall, MW, 1:30-3:20 
May, Winter, Th, 7-9:30 p.m. 



C. Comparative Religions and Anthropology 



EST 


DIVN 


32 


EST 


DIVN 


563 


EST 


DIVN 


586 


CTU 


CMM 


545 


LSTC 


MT 


460 



Intro, to History of Religions 

Theology of Non-Christian 
Religions 

Marxism and Christianity 

Cultural Anthropology 

Culture and Christian Communi- 
cation in Crisis 



Hardon, Fall, MTh, 10:00 

Hardon, Fall, MTh, 2:30 
Hardon, Spring, MTh, 10:00 
Loiskandl, Spring, Th, 2-4:30 

Flatt/Kaeske, Winter, M, 1:30- 
4:20 



VIL WORSHIP AND PREACHING 

A. Christian Worship 



Eeth 
EST 
EST 

EST 



C-573 
DIVN 327 
DIVN 369 

DIVN 526 



CTU 


HDS 


515 


CTU 


HDS 


516 


DeAn 


L>tg 


332 


DeAn 


t>tg 


345 


DeAn 


Ltg 


346 


M/L 


MIN 


362 


NETS 


PMC 


541 



Worship 

Liturgy Practicum in Sacraments 

Liturgy Practicum in Homiletics 
and Sacraments 

Secular Ritual and Contempor- 
ary Liturgy 

Art of Christian Celebration 

The Liturgical Year 

Structures and Forms in the 
Liturgy 

Liturgical Ceremonies I 

Liturgical Ceremonies II 

Offices of the Ministry 

Worship in the Church 



B. P 



reaching 



Eeth C-371 Minister as Communicator 

Eeth C-471 Preaching 

CTU CMM 450 Practicum in Preaching 

CTU CMM 455 Sermon Design: Methods and 

Theory 
CTU CMM 550 Theology of Preaching 



Kennel, Spring, TF, 3:10-4:40 
Serrick, Winter, MTh, 1:30 

Serrick, Fall, TuF, 1:30 

Serrick, Spring, MTh, 1:30 
Johnson, Winter, TuF, 2-3:15 
Johnson, Spring, TT, 11:50 

Gaydos, Fall, MTh, 8:00 
Fischer, Fall ThF, 1:15 
Rohrich, Wt, Sp, TEA 
Sutherland, Winter, TEA 
Enright, Spring, Th, 8-9:15, 11 



Kennel, Fall, MWF, 2:10 
Kennel, Winter, TuF, 3:10 
Skerry, Fall, TT, 11:50-1:00/ 
Winter, TT, 11:50-1:00 

Skerry, Winter, TT, 10:25 
Skerry, Fall, MW, 2-3:15 



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DeAn 


Spc 


325 


DeAn 


Spc 


326 


DeAn 


Spc 


327 


LSTC 


PR 


420 


LSTC 


PR 


322 


LSTC 


PR 


418 


LSTC 


PR 


445 


M/L 


MIN 


461 


NETS 


PMC 


542 


NETS 


PMC 


543 


NETS 


PMC 


551 


Eeth 


C-371 




Eeth 


C-473 




Beth 


C-478 




Eeth 


C-474 




Eeth 


C-374 




CTU 


CMM 


555 


DeAn 


Spc 


313 


DeAn 


Spc 


314 


DeAn 


Spc 


323 


DeAn 


Spc 


324 



Ministry of Preaching I 
Ministry of Preaching II 
Preaching the Homily 
Christianity and Tragedy 
Preaching from the Old 
Testament 



418 Groups and Preaching 
445 Modern Sensibility and Its 

Effect on Preaching 
461 Advanced Preaching Lab 



Principles and Practice of 

Preaching 
Principles and Practice of 

Preaching II 
Contemporary Evangelism 

C. Communications 

Minister as Communicator 
Mass Communication, Society 

and the Church 
Techniques of Media Production 
Broadcast Production 

Theater and Faith 

Commuciations Media: Their 

Effects and Uses 
Basics of Communications 
Communication in Christian 

Assembly 
Oral Interpretation of God's 

Word I 
Oral Interpretation of God's 
Word II 



Miller, Winter, Practicum 
Miller, Spring, Practicum 
Miller, Winter, Practicum 
Niedenthal, Fall, Th, 1:30-3:20 

Niedenthal/Syre, Winter, TT, 

1:30 
Kildegaard, Winter, MWF, 11:50 

Niedenthal, Spring, MWF, 1:30 
Sutherland/ Brightbill, Spring, 
TBA 

Enright, Fall, Th, 9:30-12 

Enright, Winter, Th, 9:30-12 
Brown, Winter, W, 1:30-3:40 



Kennel, Fall, MWF, 2:10 

Kennel, Fall, W, 3:10-5:40 
Kennel, Fall, Tu, 3:10-5:40 
Kennel/Wiles, Winter, W, 3:10- 

5:40 
Kennel/Wiles. Winter, W, 7-9:40 

p.m. 

Skerry, Spring, W, 7:30-10 p.m. 
Miller, Winter, Th, 9:05 

Miller, Spring, Th, 1:15 

Miller, Fall, Practicum 

Miller, Winter, Practicum 



Beth 

Beth 

Beth 

LSTC 

LSTC 

LSTC 
LSTC 

LSTC 



C-490 

C-495 

C-374 

RE 310 

RE 311 



RE 
RE 

RE 



340 

342 

465 



LSTC 


RE 


490 


NETS 


PMC 


507 


NETS 


PMC 


503 


NETS 


PMC 


504 


NETS 


PMC 


506 



Vin. CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Development of Conscience 
Ministry to Youth 
Theater and Faith 
Religious Education Practicum 
Practicum in Supervision of 

Religious Education 
Youth Ministry 
The Bible and Christian 

Education 
Religious Education as Radical 

Education 
Creativity in Religious Education 
Group Process in the Church 
Teaching Methods: Practice 

and Supervision 
Christian Education of Children 
Education Ministry with Adults 



Miller, Winter, MTh, 8-9:20 
Miller, Spring, WF, 8-9:20 
Kennel, Winter, W, 7-9:40 p.m. 
Holmin, Fall, MWF, 2:30-4:20 

Bozeman, Winter, Tu, 2:30-4:20 
Bozeman, Winter, M, 1:30-3:20 

Norquist, Winter, MWF, 11:50 

Holmin, Fall, TT, 2:30 
Holmin, Spring, MW, 2:30 
Jenkins, Fall, MWF, 11:30 

Jenkins, Fall, WF, 8-9:20 
Cutler, Fall, Th, 7-9:30 p.m. 
Cutler, Spring, Th, 7-9:30 p.m. 



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FACULTY 

Old Testament Studies 

Reidar B. Bjornard, (NETS), Cand. Theol. (University of Oslo); Th.D. (Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary); Graduate Study (Uppsala University and American School 
of Oriental Research, Jerusalem). 

Joseph J. DeVault, S.J., (EST), Secretary of the Theology Council; Litt.E. (Xavier 
University); Ph.L. (West Eaden College); M. A. (Loyola University) ; S.T.L. (West Eaden 
College); Ph^D. (Johns Hopkins University); S.S.D. (Pontificio Istituto Eiblico, Rome). 

James A. Fischer, CM., (DeAn), A. E. (St. Mary's Seminary); S.T.L. (Catholic Uni- 
versity of America); S.S.L. (Pontifical Eiblical Institute, Rome). 

Wesley J. Fuerst, (LSTC), Dean of Faculty; A.E. (Midland College); B.D. (Central 
Lutheran Theological Seminary); Th.D. (Princeton Theological Seminary); Study (Univer- 
sity of Erlangen). 

Geron Fournelle, O.F.M., (CTU) , J.C.L. (The Catholic University of America); L.G. 
in SS (Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Jerusalem); S.S.L. (Pontifical Eiblical Institute, 
Rome). 

Andre Lacocque, (CTS), Director of the Center for Jewish-Christian Studies; D. 
Litt. (University of Strasbourg); D. Theol. (University of Strasbourg). 

Daniel M. Martin, CM., (DeAn); A.E. (St. Mary's Seminary); S.T.L. (Catholic Uni- 
versity of America); S.S.L. (Pontifical Commission for Biblical Studies, Vatican City). 

Robert W. Neff, (Beth), B.S. (Pennsylvania State University); E.D., M.A., and Ph.D. 
(Yale University). 

Carroll Stuhlmueller, CP., (CTU), S.T.L. (The Catholic University of America); 
S.S.L. (The Pontifical Eiblical Institute, Rome); S.S.D. (The Pontifical Eiblical Insti- 
tute, Rome); D.H.L. (St. Benedict College, honorary). 

Richard R. Syre, (LSTC), A.E. (University of Vienna); S.T.B. (New York Theological 
Seminary); S.T.M. (Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg); Study (Princeton Theologi- 
cal Seminary); Ph.D. (University of Nebraska); Litt.D. (Midland Lutheran College). 
(Sabbatical Spring Quarter.) 

New Testament Studies 

Manfred T. Branch, (NETS), B.A. (Houghton College); B.D. (North American Baptist 
Seminary); Graduate Studies (Universitat Hamburg, and Theologisches Seminar der Deut- 
schen Baptisten); Th. M. (Princeton Theological Seminary); PhD. Cand. (McMaster Uni- 
versitv). 

James A. Fischer, CM., (DeAn), A.E. (St. Mary's Seminary); S.T.L. (The Catholic 
University of America); S.S.L. (Pontifical Eiblical Institute, Rome). 

Robert Karris, O.F.M. (CTU), S.T.L. (Catholic University of America, Washington) ; 
Th.D. (Harvard Divinity School). 

Callistus Langerholz, O.F.M., (CTU), S.T.L. (Pontifical Athenaeum Antonianum, 
Rome); S.T.D. (Pontifical Athenaeum Antonianum, Rome); L.G. (Pontifical Athenaeum 
Antonianum, Rome). 

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Wilhelm C. Lines, (LSTC), Director of Admissions; B.D. (Equiv., University of 
Erlangen); Th.D. (Boston University School of Theology); Study (University of Mtfnster). 

Robert P. Meye, (NETS), Academic Dean; B.A. (Stanford University); B.D., Th.M. 
(Fuller Theological Seminary); D.Theol. (University of Basel); Graduate Study (Universi- 
ty of Zurich). 

/v. Leroy Norquist, (LSTC), A.B. (Augustana College); B.D. (Augustana Theological 
Seminary); S.T.M. (Wittenberg University); Ph.D. (Hartford Seminary Foundation) Study 
(Princeton Theological Seminary) . 

Robin J. Scroggs, (CTS), B.A. (University of North Carolina); B. Music (University of 
North Carolina); B.D. (Duke University); Ph.D. (Princeton University). 

Donald Senior, C.P. (CTU), Bacculareate en Theologie (University of Louvain, 
Belgium); S.T.L. (Louvain); Doctoral Candidate (Louvain). 

Graydon F. Snyder, (Beth), B.A. (Manchester College); B.D. (Bethany Theological 
Seminary); Th.D. (Princeton Theological Seminary); Study (Goettingen University, Ger- 
many); (University of Oslo, Norway); (Pontifical Institute of Christian Archaeology, Rome). 

Alphonse Spilly, C. PP. S., (CTU), M.A. (University of Dayton); Doctoral Candidate 
(University of Chicago). 

William G. Thompson, S.J., (BST), Chairman, Department of Biblical Theology; A.B. 
(Loyola University); Ph.L. (West Baden College); M.A. (Loyola University); S.T.L. (West 
Baden College); S.S.L. (Pontificio Istituto Biblipo); S.S.D. (Pontificio Istituto Biblico). 

David J. Wieand, (Beth), Continuing Education; B.A. (Juniata College); M.A. (New 
York University); B.D. (Bethany Theological Seminary); Ph.D. (University of Chicago); 
Study (Chicago Institute of Psychoanalysis); (National Training Laboratory, Bethel, 
Maine); (National Protestant Laboratory, Green Lake, Wisconsin); (American School of 
Oriental Research in Jerusalem); (Northeast Career Center, Princeton Theological 
Seminary); (Brook Lane Psychiatric Center, Hagerstown, Maryland). 

Arthur Vmbus, (LSTC), Cand. Theol., Mag., Dr. Theol. (University of Tartu, Es- 
tonia). (Sabbatical Spring Quarter.) 

Jewish Studies 

Hayim Goren Perelmuter, (CTU), B.A. (McGill University, Montreal); M.H.L. (Jewish 
Institute of Religion, New York); D.H.L. Cand. (Hebrew Union College— Hebrew Universi- 
ty); D.D. (Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Honorary). 

Byron L. Sherwin, (CTS), B.S., B.H.L., M.A., M.H.L, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of 
Jewish Religious Thought, Spertus College of Judaica. 

Theology and Philosophy 

Carl E. Braaten, (LSTC) A.B. (St. Olaf College); B.Th. (Luther Theological Semi- 
nary); Th.D. (Harvard University); Fulbright Scholar (University of Paris, Sorbonne); 
Sinclair Kennedy Traveling Fellow (University of Heidelberg). 

Dale W. Brown, (Beth), B.A. (McPherson College); B.D. (Bethany Theological Semi- 
nary); Ph.D. (Northwestern University); Study (Drake University, Divinity School). 

Ralph W. Burhoe, (Mead), Director, Center of Advanced Study in Theology and the Sci- 
ences. 

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James J. Doyle, S.J., (BST), Chairman, Committee on Personnel and Faculty Studies; 
A.B. (St. Louis University); Ph.L. (West Baden College); S.T.L. (West Baden College); 
M.A. (University of Toronto); S.T.D. (L'Imaculee-Conception, Montreal). 

Edmund J. Fortman, S.J., (BST), A.B. (Loyola University, Chicago); Ph.L. (St. Louis 
University); M.A. (St. Louis University); S.T.L. (St. Mary's College, Kansas); S.T.D. 
(Gregorian University). 

Francis A. Gaydos, CM. (DeAn) , Rector; A.B. (St. Mary's Seminary); M.A. (St. Louis 
University); S.T.D. (Collegio Angelico, Rome). 

Francis Germovnik, CM., (DeAn), Librarian; J. CD. (Angelicum, Rome); M.A. in L.S. 
(Rosary College). 

Warren F. Groff, (Beth), Dean; B.A. (Juniata College); B.D. (Yale Divinity School); 
Ph.D. (Yale University); Study (Harvard University). 

Zachary Hayes, O.F.M., (CTU), S.T.L. (Friederich-Wilhelm University, Bonn, Ger- 
many); Th.D. (Friederich-Wilhelm University, Bonn, Germany). 

Theodore W. Jennings, Jr., (CTS), B.A. (Duke University); B.D. and Ph. D. (Emory 
University). 

Robert Karris, O.F.M., (CTU), S.T.L. (Catholic University of America); Th.D. (Har- 
vard Divinity School). 

Paul Knitter, S.V.D., (CTU), S.T.B. (Gregorian University, Rome); S.T.L. (Gregor- 
ian University, Rome); S.T.D. Candidate (Gregorian). 

Johannes Knudsen, (LSTC), Cand. Mag. (University of Copenhagen); S.T.M., Ph.D. 
(Hartford Seminary Foundation). (Professor Emeritus will be teaching Spring Quarter.) 

Walter J. Kukkonen, (LSTC), B.S. (Northern Illinois University); B.D., S.T.M., S.T.D. 
(Chicago Lutheran Theological Seminary); Study (University of Helsinki). 

Perry D. LeFevre, (CTS), Academic Dean; B.A. (Harvard University); B.D. (Chicago 
Theological Seminary); Ph.D. (University of Chicago). 

Hugh McElwain, O.S.M., (CTU), Academic Dean; S.T.L. (Pontifical Theological 
Faculty Marianum, Rome); S.T.D. (Pontifical Theological Faculty Marianum, Rome); 
Graduate Studies in Education (De Paul University). 

Donald E. Miller, (Beth), M.A. (University of Chicago); B.D. (Bethany Theological 
Seminary) ; Ph.D. (Harvard University). 

Michael Montague, S.J., (BST), Dean; Chairman, Committee on Professional Theologi- 
cal Degrees; A.B. (Loyola University); Ph.L. (West Baden College); M.A. (Loyola Univer- 
sity); S.T.L. (West Baden College); Ph.D. (St. Louis University). 

Robert J. Ochs, S.J., (BST), Chairman, Committee on Admissions; B.S. (Loyola Uni- 
versity); M.A. (Loyola University); S.T.L. (Institut Catholique de Paris). 

Gilbert Ostdiek, O.F.M., (CTU), S.T.L. (Pontifical Athenaeum Antonianum, Rome); 
S.T.D. (Pontifical Athenaeum Antonianum, Rome); L.G. (Pontifical Athenaeum Antoni- 
anum, Rome). 

Nicholas E. Persich, CM. (DeAn), Dean of Studies; A.B. (St. Mary's Seminary); S.T.D. 
(Collegio Angelico, Rome). 

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Paul V. Rohb, S.J., (BST), Litt.B. (Xavier University); Ph.L. (West Baden College); 
M.A. (Loyola University, Chicago); S.T.L. (West Baden College); Ph.D. (Loyola Universi- 
ty, Chicago). 

W. Widick Schroeder, (CTS), B.A. (Bethel College); M.A. (Michigan State University); 
B.D. (Chicago Theological Seminary); Ph.D. (University of Chicago). 

Robert T. Sears, S.J., (BST), A.B. (Xavier University); Ph.L. (West Baden College); 
S.T.L. (Sankt Georgen, Frankfurt, Germany); Ph.D. (Fordham University) 

Franklin Sherman, (LSTC), A.B. (Muhlenberg College); B.D. (Chicago Lutheran 
Seminary); M.A. (Oxford University); A.M., Ph.D. (University of Chicago). 

Donald Skerry, S.V.D., (CTU), S.T.L. (Gregorian University, Rome); S.T.D. (Gregorian 
University, Rome); M.A. Cand. in Speech (Northv^restern University). 

Robert B. Tapp, (Mead), Ph.D. (University of Southern California). 

Robert I. Tobias, (LSTC), A.B. (Phillips University); M.A. (Graduate School of 
Theology, Phillips University); B.D. (Union Theological Seminary); Th.D. (University of 
Geneva and Graduate School of Ecumenical Studies). 

Roman Vanasse, 0. Praem., (CTU), Director of M.A. Program; S.T.L. (Gregorian 
University, Rome); S.T.D, (Gregorian); Study (Oriental Institute of the University of 
Chicago and the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome). 

Joseph F. Wulftange, S.J., (BST), Chairman, Department of Fundamental Theology; 
A.B. (Loyola University); M.A. (St. Louis University); Ph.L. (West Baden College); S.T.L. 
(West Baden College); M.S. (University of Minnesota); Ph.D. (Gregorian University). 

Warren Cameron Young, (NBTS), B.A. (Gordon College); B.D. (Northern Baptist 
Theological Seminary); M.A., Ph.D. (Boston University); Graduate Study (University of 
Heidelberg and University of Basel). 



Historical Studies 



G. Everett Arden, (LSTC), Director of Graduate Studies; A.B. (University of Denver); 
B.D. (Augustana Theological Seminary); Ph.D. (University of Chicago); Study (University 
of Uppsala). 

Dale W. Brown, (Beth), B.A. (McPherson College); B.D. (Bethany Theological Semi- 
nary); Ph.D. (Northwestern University); Study (Drake University, Divinity School). 

Robert H. Fischer, (LSTC), A.B. (Gettysburg College); B.D. (Lutheran Theological 
Seminary, Gettysburg); Ph.D. (Yale University). 

Edmund J. Fortman, S.J., (BST), A.B. (Loyola University); Ph.L. (St. Louis Univer- 
sity); M.A. (St. Louis University); S.T.L. (St. Mary's College, Kansas); S.T.D. (Gregorian 
University, Rome). 

John C. Godbey, (Mead), B.D. (Federated Theological Faculty, University of Chicago); 
M.A., Ph.D. (University of Chicago). 

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(Catholic University of America, Washington). 

Johannes Knudsen, (LSTC). Cand. Mag. (University of Copenhagen); S.T.M., PhD. 
(Hartford Seminary Foundation). (Professor Emeritus will be teaching Spring Quarter). 

Walter J. Kukkonen, (LSTC), B.S. (Northern Illinois University); B.D., S.T.M., S.T.D. 
(Chicago Lutheran Theological Seminary); Study (University of Helsinki). 

William 0. Madden, S.J., (BST), Assistant to the Dean; Chairman, Department of 
Historical Theology; Chairman, Committee on Statutes; A.B. (Loyola University); Ph.L. 
(West Baden College); M.A. (Loyola University); S.T.L. (West Baden College); H.E.L. 
(Gregorian University); H.E.D. (Gregorian University). 

Clyde L. Manschreck, (CTS), Director, Center for Reformation and Free Church 
Studies; B.A. (George Washington University); B.D. (Garrett Theological Seminary); 
M.A. (Northwestern University); Ph.D. (Yale University). 

James C. May, (NBTS), B.A. (Northern Baptist Theological Seminary College); 
M.R.E., M.Div. (Northern Baptist Theological Seminary). 

Lawrence Nemer, S.V.D., (CTU), L. Miss. (Gregorian University, Rome); M.A. (Catho- 
lic University of America, Washington). 

Eric H. Ohlmann, (NBTS), B.A. (University of Alberta); B.D. (North American Baptist 
Seminary; Predigerseminar, Hamburg, Germany; Th.M. (Southern Baptist Theological 
Seminary); Th.D. Cand. (Graduate Theological Union). 

Robert R. Rohrich, CM. (DeAn), Dean of Students; B.A. (St. Mary's Seminary); M.A. 
(DePaul University); Counseling and Guidance (Loyola University); Spiritual Direction 
(Aquinas Institute). 

Theodore C. Ross, S.J., (BST), Litt.B. (Xavier University); Ph.L. (West Baden 
College); M.A. (Loyola University); S.T.L. (Bellarmine School of Theology); M.A. (Theolo- 
gy) (Loyola University). 

James A Scherer, (LSTC), A.B. (Phillips University); M.A. (Graduate School of 
Theology, Phillips University); B.D. (Union Theological Seminary); Th.D. (University of 
Geneva and Graduate School of Ecumenical Studies). 

James K. Serrick, S.J. (BST), A.B. (Loyola University); Ph.L. (West Baden College); 
S.T.L. (West Baden College); M.A. (University of Notre Dame). 

Gray don F, Snyder, (Beth), B.A. (Manchester College); B.D. (Bethany Theological 
Seminary); Th.D. (Princeton Theological Seminary); Study (Goettingen University, Ger- 
many), (University of Oslo, Norway), (Pontifical Institute of Christian Archaeology, Rome). 

Jared Wicks, S.J., (BST), Director of the Library; Litt.B. (Xavier University); Ph.L. 
(West Baden College); M.A. (Loyola University); S.T.L. (West Baden College); Th.D. 
(University of Monster, Germany). 

Joseph F. Wulftange, S.J., (BST), Chairman, Department of Fundamental Theology; 
A.B. (Loyola University); M.A. (St. Louis University); Ph. L. (West Baden College); 
S.T.L. (West Baden College); M.S. (University of Minnesota); Ph.D. (Gregorian University). 



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Christian Ethics 

Dismas Bonner, O.F.M., (CTU) , J.C.L. (Catholic University of America); J. CD. 
(Catholic University of America). 

Dale W. Brown, (Beth), B.A. (McPherson College); B.D. (Bethany Theological Semi- 
nary); Ph.D. (Northwestern University); Study (Drake University, Divinity School). 

Thomas Campbell, (CTS), Coordinator of Professional Education; B.A. (McMaster 
University); B.D. (Yale University Divinity School); M.A. (Kent State University); Ph.D. 
(University of Chicago). 

John R. Connery, S.J., (BST), Director, Continuing Education; Litt.B. (Xavier Univer- 
sity); M.A. (Loyola University, Chicago); S.T.L. (West Baden College); S.T.D. (Gregorian 
University). 

Nicholas Crotty, C.P. , (CTU), S.T.L. (University of St. Thomas, Rome); S.T.D. 
(University of St. Thomas, Rome); Study (Harvard Divinity School). 

/. Ronald Engel, (Mead), B.D. (Meadville Theological School); Ph.D. Cand. (Universi- 
ty of Chicago, Divinity School). 

Francis A. Gaydos, CM., (DeAn), Rector; A.B. (St. Mary's Seminary); M.A. (St. Louis 
University); S.T.D. (Collegio Angelico, Rome). 

Francis Germovnik, CM., (DeAn), Librarian; J. CD. (Angelicum, Rome); M.A. in L.S. 
(Rosary College). 

Warren F. Groff, (Beth), Dean; B.A. (Juniata College); B.D. (Yale Divinity School); 
Ph.D. (Yale University); Study (Harvard University). 

Damien Isabell, O.F.M., (CTU), S.T.L. (Gregorian University, Rome); S.T.D. (Greg- 
orian University, Rome). 

Robert Karris, O.F.M., (CTU), S.T.L. (Catholic University of America); Th.D. (Har- 
vard Divinity School). 

William Lesher, (LSTC), B.A. (Wittenburg University); B.D. (Lutheran School of 
Theology at Maywood). 

Donald E. Miller, (Beth), M.A. (University of Chicago); B.D. (Bethany Theological 
Seminary); Ph.D. (Harvard University). 

Richard A. McCormick, S.J., (BST), Chairman, Department of Moral Theology; A.B. 
(Loyola University, Chicago); Ph.L. (West Baden College); M.A. (Loyola University, 
Chicago); S.T.L. ( West Baden College); S.T.D. (Gregorian University). 

Sebastian MacDonald, C.P., (CTU), S.T.L. (University of St. Thomas, Rome); S.T.D. 
(University of St. Thomas, Rome). (Sabbatical) 

/. Robert Meyners, (CTS), B.D. (Chicago Theological Seminary); Th.D. (Union Theo- 
logical Seminary). 

Randolph Nelson, (LSTC), B.A. (Gustavus Adolphus College); B.D. (Lutheran School 
of Theology at Chicago); Ph.D. Cand. (University of Chicago). 

Victor Obenhaus, (CTS), B.A. (Oberlin College); B.D. (Union Theological Seminary); 
M.A. (Columbia University); Ed.D. (Columbia University). 

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John J. 0' Callaghan, S.J., (BST), Chairman, Committee on Comprehensive Examina- 
tions; A.B. (Loyola University); Ph.L. (West Baden College); M.A., (Loyola University); 

S.T.L. (West Baden College); S.T.D. (Gregorian University). 

John Pawlikowski, O.S.M., (CTU) , A.B. (Loyola University, Chicago); Ph.D. (Universi- 
ty of Chicago). 

Nicholas E. Persich, CM. (DeAn), Dean of Studies; A.B. (St. Mary's Seminary); 
S.T.D. (Collegio Angelico, Rome). 

W. Widick Schroeder, (CTS), B.A. (Bethel College); M.A. (Michigan State University); 
B.D. (Chicago Theological Seminary); Ph.D. (University of Chicago). 

Neil H. Shadle, (Mead), B.D. (Meadville Theological School). 

Franklin Sherman, (LSTC), A.B. (Muhlenberg College); B.D. (Chicago Lutheran 
Seminary); M.A. (Oxford University); A.M., Ph.D. (University of Chicago). 

Warren Cameron Young, (NBTS), B.A. (Gordon College); B.D. (Northern Baptist 
Theological Seminary); M.A. Ph.D. (Boston University); Graduate Study (University of 
Heidelberg and University of Basel). 

Pastoral Care and Ministry 

Philip A. Anderson, (CTS), B.A. (Macalester College); B.D. (Chicago Theological 
Seminary); Ph.D. (University of Edinburgh). 

Bryan F. Archibald, (NBTS), President; B.Sc. (Acadia University); B.D. (Colgate 
Rochester Divinity School); D.D. (Keuka College); Graduate Study (Boston University). 

Dismas Bonner, O.F.M., (CTU), J.C.L. (Catholic University of America); J. CD. 
(Catholic University of America). 

Noble L. Butler, (NBTS), Minister to Students; B.A. (Baylor University); B.D. (South- 
western Baptist Theological Seminary); Ph.D. (Boston University); Graduate Study (Tope- 
ka State Hospital and Menninger Foundation). 

Lois Dideon, R.C, (CTU), A.B. (Seattle University); M.A. in Theology (Andover- 
Newton Theological School). 

Arthur L. Foster, (CTS), Director, Center for Theology and the Study of Man; B.A. 
(McMaster University); B.D. (McMaster University, Divinity School); Ph.D. (University of 
Chicago). 

Neil R. Jordahl, (Mead), B.D. (Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Mass.); 
M.A. (University of Wisconsin). 

Damien Isabell, O.F.M., (CTU), S.T.L. (Gregorian University, Rome); S.T.D. (Greg- 
orian University, Rome). 

Robert W. Mallonee, S.V.D., (CTU), M.A. (Loyola University); M.A.L.S. (Rosary 
College, River Forest, 111.); CPE Supervisory Certificate (Lutheran General Hospital and 
Wisconsin School for Boys). 

Thomas More Newbold, C.P., (CTU), Maitre-es-Sc-Med. (L'Institut d'Etude Medievale 
d'Albert le Grand); Ph.D. (University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada). 

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Nicholas E. Persich, CM. (DeAn), Dean of Studies; A.B. (St. Mary's Seminary); 
S.T.D. (Collegio Angelico, Rome). 

Henry J. Piacitelli, CM., (DeAn), Director, Training in Pastoral Works; A.B. (St. 
Mary's Seminary); M.A. (Catholic University of America); S.T.M. (University of Dubuque). 

Paul M. Robinson, (Beth), President; B.A. (Juniata College); Th.B. (Princeton 
Theological Seminary); S.T.M. (Lutheran Seminary at Philadelphia); Study (Cambridge 
University). 

Byron P. Royer, (Beth), Director, Clinical Field Education; B.S. (Manchester Col- 
lege); B.D. (Bethany Theological Seminary); M.A. (Northwestern University); M.A. and 
Ph.D. (University of Chicago). 

Paul R. Swanson, (LSTC), A.B. (Augustana College); B.D. (Augustana Theological 
Seminary); S.T.M. (Andover Newton Theological School); Ph.D. (Boston University). 

Malcolm R. Sutherland, (Mead), President; M.S. (School of Applied Social Science, 
Western Reserve University); B.D. (Meadville Theological School and Federated Theo- 
logical Faculty, University of Chicago). 

World Mission and Ecumenics 

John Boberg, S.V.D., (CTU), S.T.L. (Gregorian University, Rome); D.Miss. (Gregorian 
University, Rome). 

Arthur S. Brown, (NBTS), A.B., M.A. (Wheaton College); Graduate Studies (Biblical 
Seminary of New York and New York University). 

Donald C. Flatt, (LSTC), A.B., M.A. (Oxford); Study (University of Chicago and 
Oxford). 

John A. Hardon, S.J., (BST), A.B. (John Carroll University); M.A. (Loyola University); 
S.T.L. (West Baden College); S.T.D. (Gregorian University). 

James A. Scherer, (LSTC), A.B. (Yale University); B.D., Th.D. (Union Theological 
Seminary, New York); Study (Chicago Theological Seminary; Columbia University); (Inter- 
national Christian University, Japan); (Oxford University). (Sabbatical), 

Preaching and Worship 

William G. Enright, (NBTS), A.B. (Wheaton College); B.D. (Fuller Theological 
Seminary); Th.M. (McCormick Theological Seminary); Ph.D. (University of Edinburgh) 

Basil Johnson, O.F.M., (CTU), A.B. (Quincy College); B.Mus. (DePaul University); 
M.A. In Liturgy (Catholic University of America); S.T.D. Cand. (Institut Catholique de 
Paris). 

LeRoy E. Kennel, (Beth), B.A. (Goshen College); M.A. (State University of Iowa); 
B.D. (Goshen College Biblical Seminary); Ph.D. (Michigan State University). 

Axel C, Kildegaard, (LSTC), A.B. (State University of Iowa); Cand. Theol. (Grand 
View Seminary); S.T.M. (Yale University). 

Oscar J. Miller, CM., (DeAn), A.B. (St. Mary's Seminary); M.A. in Speech (North- 
western University). 

Morris J. Niedenthal, (LSTC), B.S. (Northwestern University); B.D. (Chicago Lutheran 
Theological Seminary); Th.D. (Union Theological Seminary); Fulbright Scholar (Manches- 
ter University, England). (Sabbatical Fall Quarter). 

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Robert R. Rohrich, CM. (DeAn), Dean of Students; B.A. (St. Mary's Seminary); M.A. 
(DePaul University); Counseling and Guidance (Loyola University); Spiritual Direction 
(Aquinas Institute). 

James K. Serrick, S.J., (EST), A.B. (Loyola University); Ph.L. (West Baden College); 
S.T.L. (West Baden College); M.A. (University of Notre Dame). 

Donald Skerry, S.V.D., (CTU), S.T.L. (Gregorian University, Rome); S.T.D. (Gregor- 
ian University, Rome); M.A. Cand. in Speech (Northwestern University). 

Truman D. Wiles, (Beth), B.A. (Manchester College); Study (Bethany Theological 
Seminary). 

Christian Education 
Jean Bozeman, (LSTC), B.A. (Lenoir Rhyne College); M.A. Candidate (Temple 
University). 

Theresa L. Cutler, (NBTS), B.M.E. (Wheaton College); B.D. (Northern Baptist Theo- 
logical Seminary). 

Ernest Alfred Jenkins, (NBTS), B.A. (Wheaton College); B.D. (Northern Baptist 
Theological Seminary); M.A., Ph.D. (University of Chicago). 

Eugene Mainelli, 0. P., (CTS), AoB. (Aquinas Institute, River Forest, Illinois); M.A. 
(Aquinas Institute, Dubuque, Iowa). 

Donald E. Miller, (Beth), M.A. (University of Chicago); B.D. (Bethany Theological 
Seminary); Ph.D. (Harvard University). 

Librarians 

Lowell C. Albee, Assistant Librarian, LSTC; A.B. (Upsala College); B.D. (August- 
ana Theological Seminary); M.A. (Simmons College, School of Library Science); Study 
(Andover Newton Theological School). 

Joan Blocker, Assistant Librarian, CTS; B.A. (University of Redlands); M.A.L.S. 
(Rosary College). 

Arlene Feiner, Librarian, BST; BoA. (Alverno College); M.A.L.S. (Rosary College). 

Francis Germovnik, CM., Librarian, DeAndreis; J. CD. (Angelicum, Rome); M.A.L.S. 
(Rosary College). 

Myron Gohmann, C.P., Associate Director of Library, CTU; L. Hist. E. (Gregorian 
University, Rome); AoMcLcS. (Rosary College), 

Albert Hurd, Librarian, CTS; B.A. (University of Michigan); M.A. Cand. (University 
of Chicago), 

Elinor C. Johnson, Associate Librarian, LSTC; AoB. (Augustana College); M.A. 
(University of Chicago). 

Neil R. Jordahl, Librarian, M/L; B.D. (Episcopal Theological Seminary, Cambridge, 
Mass.); M.A. (University of Wisconsin). 

Joel W. Lundeen, Director of Library, LSTC; A.B. (Augustana College); B.D. (Aug- 
ustana Theological Seminary); M.A. (University of Chicago). 

Kiyo Mori, Associate Librarian, Bethany; B.A. (Doane College); M.A.L.S. (Rosary 
College). 

Kenneth O'Malley, C.P., Director of Library, CTU; M.A.L.S. (University of Michigan). 

W. Alan Tuttle, Librarian, NBTS; B.S. (Wake Forest College); B.D. (Southeastern 
Baptist Theological Seminary); M.S. in L.S. (University of North Carolina). 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

LIBRARY SERVICES 

Enrollment in any Cluster school entitles the student to use the library services of 
all eight member schools. The combined Cluster library holdings of some 580,000 vol- 
umes offers the students one of the largest theological resources in the United States. 
The accessibility of these resources has been enhanced by the installation of a tele- 
type communications network and regular courier service among the libraries. If a desired 
title is not available in one library, an instant inquiry can be sent to all Cluster schools 
and an answer back within hours with delivery on the same or following day. 

Each library has its particular strengths. These are outlined in the Cluster Library 
Manual along with other information regarding special collections, lending procedures 
and services. The Manual can be obtained from the circulation desk of any Cluster 
library. The student should present his ID card at the check-out desk when borrowing a 
book or periodical. 

Under special arrangements, students may have access to the University of Chicago 
Divinity School library. 



THEOLOGY AND SCIENCE 

Established at Meadville/Lombard Theological School ip 1964, the Center for Ad- 
vanced Study in Theology and the Sciences conducts courses and seminars and guides 
research in the dialogue between theology and the sciences and technology. During the 
1970-71 academic year, the Center in cooperation with other Cluster schools and Uni- 
versity of Chicago Divinity School faculty members, offered a three course sequence on 
the theological implications of the ecology crisis. A similar interdisciplinary program 
was offered in 1971-72 under the general rubric of Christian Perspectives in Theology 
and Science. 

The Center affords Cluster students an opportunity for study and research which 
is unique among American theological schools. 



THE CENTER FOR STUDIES IN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 

Pastoral Teacher Education 

The Center for Studies in Religious Education offers a program, Pastoral Teacher 
Education, for each quarter of the academic year. This program, after two years of re- 
search and experimentation, is a closely supervised teaching experience directed toward 
the functioning of the minister in the many educational aspects of contemporary ministry. 
Only eight (8) students are accepted for each quarter and May 15 of each year is the 
deadline for enrollment in the following academic year. After May 15 there can be no 
guarantee of acceptance of placement. 

Students desiring to take PTE must consult their Academic Deans and the Center. 
Because of the intensity of the program, some 35 to 40 hours a week, the student will 
be limited to one other course at the most. 

Brochures explaining the program in detail may be obtained from the Registrars or 
from the Center (Room 311) in the LSTC building. Phone: 363-2115 or 947-9737, Father 
Mainelli or Father Wierenga. 



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About The Center 

Founded in 1965 by ^ group of Dominicans (Order of Preachers) interested in all 
aspects of the educational ministry of the church, the Center for Studies in Religious 
Education has since been independently incorporated in Illinois and has moved from Oak 
Park to Hyde Park and into offices at the Lutheran School of Theology. It is a "corpora- 
tion not-for-profit conducting, sponsoring, and cooperating in research, study, teaching, 
writing, experimenting and consulting in the field of religious education on an inter- 
denominational basis." 

The Center with a Danforth Grant sponsored a conference on the educational mission 
of the church in the Fall of 1970, bringing together from all major denominations recog- 
nized experts in the field of religious education. This conference developed and the 
Center staff has since refined the Pastoral Teacher Education model as a vehicle for 
the Center, its staff, associates and consultants to make a serious contribution to the 
renewal of religious education in the churches. 



BROADCAST-FILM STUDY PROGRAM 

In cooperation with the Association of Chicago Theological Schools (ACTS), Beth- 
any Theological Seminary offers Cluster students a four-course program in television, 
broadcasting and film study as these communication media relate to today's ministry. 
Under the direction of Dr. Leroy E. Kennel and Mr. Truman D. Wiles, students are intro- 
duced to fundamental concepts and theories of mass communication and the use of sophi- 
sticated studio facilities and techniques. The program includes guest speakers, film 
study, student projects, field trips to Chicago radio and TV stations, group work— all 
directed to a more effective communication of the gospel message. 

A descriptive brochure outlining the program in detail is available from Bethany 
Seminary or the Cluster Coordinator. 

WORLD MISSION AND ECUMENICS 

The special program in Mission Studies consists of courses, workshops, and a one 
week institute for missionaries on furlough to be held April 1-7, 1973. The program is 
designed to provide specialized theological and cultural preparation needed for an or- 
dained minister or a lay missionary to serve in a culture other than his own, and to make 
students of theology generally aware of the worldwide mission of the church by giving 
them a deeper understanding of the dynamics of evangelization and community building. 

Descriptions of the courses in World Mission and Ecumenics listed on page 19 - 20 
of these Announcements as well as further information on the total program will be found 
in the special flyer The World Mission of the Church 1972-73. 

THEOLOGICAL LANGUAGE COURSES 

In addition to the sixteen Biblical language courses available to students in the 
regular course offerings, non-credit courses in German, French and Latin are projected 
for the Winter and Spring Quarters. The object of these courses will be to help the stu- 
dent in improving his reading knowledge of theological literature in these languages. 
A nominal fee will be charged. 



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THE CHICAGO CENTER FOR BLACK RELIGIOUS STUDIES (CCBRS) 

The Chicago Center for Black Religious Studies was founded in the fall of 1970 
under the auspices of the Association of Chicago Theological Schools (ACTS), and is 
now an independent corporation. The purpose of the Center is to educate people without 
regard to race in ecumenical theological education to serve and minister to those of the 
black ethos, and to encourage black persons to enter the Christian Ministry. The Chicago 
Cluster of Theological Schools cooperates with the Center in its program of providing 
learning experiences in Black Religious Studies. The Center is under the direction of 
the Reverend John R. Porter. 



I. Intensives - - -Two intensive weekend courses (three days, 48 hours) with sess- 
ions during the quarter are offered each academic quarter. These courses count for four 
credit hours for students who qualify through another accrediting institution such as a 
Cluster seminary. Some 150 faculty resources persons serve as guest lecturers and con- 
sultants in the intensives and seminars and are drawn from various seminaries, univer- 
sities, colleges and community agencies and groups. Limited financial aid is available 
to students on application to the Center. 



SCHEDULE OF INTENSIVES - 1972-73 



Fall Quarter 

The Theology of the Black Experience - Friday, September 29 (8:00 a.m.) through 
Sunday, October 1 (10:00 p.m.) - - Sessions during the quarter: October 4, November. 1, 
15; December 6, 17 (5:30 - 8:30 p.m.) 

White Theology and Manifest Destiny - November 8 - 10. Sessions: November 1, 15; 
December 6, 13, 17 (5:30 - 8:30 p.m.) 



Winter Quarter 

The Bible and the Black Experience - January 12 - 14. Sessions: January 17, 31; 
February 14, 21; March 7; April 1 (5:30 - 8:30 p.m.) 

The Sociology of the Black Experience - February 8 - 10. Sessions: February 14, 
21; March 7, 21, 28; April 1 (5:30 - 8:30 p.m.) 



Spring Quarter 

Research Methods and Communication Technology - April 16 - 18. Sessions: April 
11, 25; May 2, 14, 16; June 3 (5:30 - 8:30 p.m.) 

Black Mental Health and Religious Faith - May 11 - 13. Sessions: May 14, 16, 21, 
23; June 3 (5:30- 8:30 p.m.) 



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II. Seminars - - A student or a cadre may select any seminar available at any time 
during the academic year and with the aid of a faculty advisor establish project goals 
and schedule for completion of work. Seminars are usually equivalent to two credit 
hours and may be completed as independent guided study. They include both introductory 
and advanced level work. 

For further information about the Black Religious Studies program write to: 

Rev. John R. Porter 

Chicago Center for Black Religious Studies 

5659 S. Woodlawn Ave. 

Chicago, II. 60637 

(312) 955-1631 



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The Chic^ Cluster ofTheolps;ical Schools 

sharing resources to prepare the minister for tomorrow — a wide variety of courses 
and degree programs - an ecumenical setting - special strengths in urban minis- 
try, world mission, and theology and the sciences — reciprocal library services 
in eight schools - quality theological education in an exciting city 

HYDE PARK 




OAK BROOK 




Oak Brook 
Lemont 



LEMONT 



DeAndreis Seminary 



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Chicago 



127th St. 



LEGEND 
Chicago (Hyde Park) 

1. Lutheran School of Theology 

(Cluster Offices) 

2. Bellarmine School of Theology 

3. Meadvi He/Lombard Theological 

School 

4. Chicago Theological Seminary 

5. Catholic Theological Union 

X University of Chicago 
Oak Brook 

6. Bethany Theological Seminary 

7. Northern Baptist Theological 

Seminary 

Lemont 

8. DeAndreis Seminary